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The Palliative Care Education Directory

PaCE is a resource directory for educators and health and aged care providers. Access relevant palliative care education resources direct to your device.

Palliative Care Workforce Development

Hear from Project Lead Distinguished Professor Patsy Yates AM on the development of the PaCE App.


  • PaCE has been built to link learning resources to palliative care capabilities for the following groups:

    Health professionals


    Care workers


    Specialist palliative care profesionals



  • Comprehensive resources

    Access to education resources from all National Palliative Care Projects

    Searchable content

    Richly attributed tags and keywords improves the accuracy of your search result.

    Easy navigation

    Prompts to support your search journey.

    Save and share search results

    Allows registered users to save results for future reference and share resource links.

    Dynamic filter funtions

    Set your filters to find the right resources.

    Multimodal interface

    Accessible on all devices including smartphone, laptop or desktop.

How to use PaCE

To find out more about how to use the PaCE Directory App, watch this short video.

Contributing Partners

The PaCE Directory App includes resources from all the National Palliative Care Projects.
  • Palliative Care Curriculum for Undergraduates
  • Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach
  • CareSearch
  • Advance Care Planning Australia
  • caring@home
  • End of Life Directions for Aged Care
  • End of Life Law for Clinicians
  • End of Life Essentials
  • Gwandalan
  • LGBTIQ+ Health Australia
  • PalliAGED
  • Palliative Aged Care Outcomes Program
  • Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration
  • Quality of Care Collaborative – Australia
  • Talking End of Life with people with intellectual disability
  • The Advance Project

    The Palliative Care Education and Training Collaborative acknowledges and pays our deepest respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of the many lands on which we work and live, and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    We respectfully acknowledge the cultural sensitivities surrounding Sorry Business, Sad News and ‘finishing up’.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are advised that this website and resources linked may contain images, videos and voices of people who have passed away.

    Create a shortcut

    Once you have opened PaCE on your device, you can add a shortcut to the app.

    Follow the instructions below for your preferred internet browser:
    Chrome: Tap the menu icon (three dots in the upper right-hand corner) and tap Add to homescreen.
    Safari: Tap the Share button on the menu bar, then tap on Add to Home Screen
    Edge: Tap on the horizontal three dots icon for the options menu, select the option Add to homescreen
    Firefox: Tap the menu button (either below the screen on some devices or in the upper right of the browser), then tap on page. Tap Add Page Shortcut.

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